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    Egyptian Snake Bracelet is based on a gold bracelet from the Macedonian and Ptolemaic period (332–30 B.C.) featuring a snake head

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    Egyptian Snake Bracelet - Bracelets - Jewelry - The Met Store The Metropolitan Museum art store I'm gonna buy this soon!!

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    Ptolemaic Egyptian Snake Bracelet (Met Museum Store)

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Snake Bracelet - Bracelets - The dynamic design of our Snake Bracelet is reproduced from a master mold taken directly from an original Egyptian bracelet from around 300–250 B.C. in the Museum's collection. Realistically rendered and detailed with scales on both its head and tail, the original snake bracelet was created during the Ptolemaic Kingdom, the area of Egypt ceded to general Ptolemy after Alexander the Great's early death.

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Egyptian Snake Bracelet

Antique snake bracelet with turquoise head and garnet eyes. Circa 1905 Egyptian silver with a gilt finish.

An Egyptian Revival Style Gold and Enamel Scarab Bracelet (1880)

Corset with bird embroidery Date: 1820–39 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, silk Accession Number: 2000.479 The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Corset